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If you have not been able to find a clock that you love, you will be excited to know that you can make a clock with Cricut Vinyl.  This tutorial will take you through how to go through the steps to make your very own clock that you can show off and be proud of!

Even if you are not super crafty, this clock is going to be easy to make. Don’t be intimidated about how to make your own clock. With just a few materials and tools – designing this will be a breeze.

There is just something so special about having something that you have designed in your space. I know that a personal touch can sometimes make the space and go a long way.

paper flower on a white background

Grab the free SVG!

Go to file #211 in the free resource library.

Where can I send the resource library files?

    Learning how to make a clock with Cricut Vinyl does not have to be a scary experience. Pick a design that you love, get your vinyl cut out for your numbers from the design that you choose and then add the 3D clock hands. That wasn’t as hard as you thought it would be right?

    So many get intimidated by making anything with Cricut Vinyl but it doesn’t have to be scary at all.

    How To Make A Clock

    How To Make A Clock

    Prep Time: 20 minutes
    Active Time: 30 minutes
    Total Time: 50 minutes
    Difficulty: Intermediate
    Estimated Cost: $20


    1. Download the files. You can get it here.
    2. If you get my file the clock is pre-sized for you. The finished product will measure about 3 ft depending on your number placement.
    3. Upload Into Design Space.
    4. Click make it.
    5. Then click continue.
    6. Choose your material in the machine settings.
    7. Place the vinyl onto your mat.
    8. Load it into the machine and press cut.
    9. Once the vinyl is done cutting unload from the Cricut machine.
    10. Weed out the voided areas and cut the numbers apart from each other.
    11. Clean and dry the area you are working with.
    12. Place the center of the clock first, this is divided into 4 pieces with registration marks.
    13. Then mount the clock hands before adding the numbers (make sure to add batteries.
    14. Using the big clock hand as a guide for placement.
    15. Using the transfer tape and scraper, transfer the design to the tape.
    16. Place all the words and numbers 1 by 1 using the scraper to secure.
    17. Enjoy.

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    1. i love this project so glad i found you but im curious how do you make the clock work or did you make that happen? Id love to figure that out too. Thanks so much

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